SANDAG Environmental Planner

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SANDAG Environmental Planner

Why We Vote

So much is at stake with this election.  Hear why the NAACP San Diego Branch's Executive Committee is voting this year.

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Statement of the President of the NAACP San Diego Branch Regarding the Mass Murder at a Pittsburgh Synagogue

[email protected] 27 October 2018 The NAACP San Diego Branch condemns in the strongest terms the violent acts of this morning which took the lives of 11 worshipers and injured multiple other individuals. We pray that God would comfort the families of these innocent victims of yet another senseless, vicious act of gun violence in the United States of America. This…

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Statement of the President of the NAACP San Diego Branch Regarding the Mass Murder at a Pittsburgh Synagogue

The ACT-SO Judges for 2018-2019

These fine folks have signed up to judge for ACT-SO this season. We need more judges!  If you have skills to contribute, please don't keep them to yourself; our kids need you. I'm Judge Material! Ryn Corbeil - Judge - Poetry - Ryn Corbeil is making the jump from an Engineering career to Poetry. He likes to refer to this…

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The ACT-SO Judges for 2018-2019

ACT-SO Visits Black Xpression!

The ACT-SO crew when to visit Black Xpression!, the Friday night performance event featuring open mic performances by African-Americans.  Then of us went, including a member of the committee, one of our judges, several students and their parents. We look forward to many more ACT-SO outings in the coming months, include a movie night, a tour of the Salk Institute,…

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Watch: NAACP Vice President Honoré Urges Contracts Equity

You may remember that in September we took the City of San Diego to task for its shocking record of contracting with people of color, as revealed in the CAPER report to HUD.  We were back at the City Council on October 23rd on a fresh contracting issue. The City of San Diego gives very nearly all of its construction…

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Watch: NAACP Vice President Honoré Urges Contracts Equity
Nominating Committee Slate Unchallenged

Nominating Committee Slate Unchallenged

At our previous General Membership Meeting (October 4th), we received the report of the nominating committee: Nominating Committee Report 2018 Members: Samantha Jenkins, Committee Chair Renita Payno, Committee Secretary Clovis Honoré, sitting Branch 1st Vice President Sherry Strothers, Armed Services Chair Kamaria Allen, Branch Member Meeting Dates: September 8, 2018 at 10 a.m. (Malcolm X Library) September 12, 2018 at…

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NAACP San Diego Freedom Fund Dinner 2018

“Our Voices, Our Engagement, Our Votes Matter!” was the theme of our annual Freedom Fund Dinner on October 12, 2018 at the Kona Kai Resort & Spa.  Dr. Helen Griffith, Executive Director/Chief Executive Officer of e3 Civic High served as the Mistress of Ceremonies. Consistent with the theme of the dinner, Dr.  Andre´ Branch, president of the San Diego NAACP…

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NAACP San Diego Freedom Fund Dinner 2018
Statement from NAACP President, André J. Branch, regarding the e-Blast and “Apology” from Ms. Donna Tripi, Principal of La Jolla Elementary School

Statement from NAACP President, André J. Branch, regarding the e-Blast and “Apology” from Ms. Donna Tripi, Principal of La Jolla Elementary School

In September, Ms. Donna Tripi, Principal of La Jolla Elementary School, sent an e-mail Blast in which she warned parents to be “vigilant” regarding a man thought to be an “African American male.”  On Monday of this week Ms. Tripi issued an apology. The apology is as disturbing as the original e-mail message. She repeats the description of “the Man,”…

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